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Palit RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 3050 Ti and CMP HX GPUs listed

AMD isn't the only company getting unreleased SKUs listed on the EEC database. Palit recently listed a slew of upcoming graphics cards, showing plans to release multiple models of Nvidia's upcoming RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 3050 Ti, and CMP HX series graphics cards.

Spotted by @KOMACHI_ENSAKA, the EEC listing made by Palit shows 5x RTX 3080 Ti cards, 20x RTX 3070 Ti cards, and 25x RTX 3050 Ti cards. As for CMP HX cards, there are 3x CMP 30HX cards, 6x CMP 40HX cards, 6x CMP 50HX cards, and 6x CMP 90HX cards. Moreover, the listing also includes new models of other GPUs that have already been released.

Considering the sheer amount of cards listed in the entry, we believe that Palit's line-up won't include all of them. The absurd quantity of product codes may be due to Palit's upcoming cards using more than one, depending on the region they're being sold, or for any other unknown reason.

We still don't have an exact launch date for any of the RTX SKUs, but rumours point to a release of the RTX 3080 Ti and the RTX 3070 Ti in June. As for the unreleased CMP 50HX and 90HX graphics cards listed in this entry, both are scheduled to be launched this quarter.

KitGuru says: Given the GPU stock shortage, we can assume that these product codes aren't all for individual cards, otherwise Palit would need all the stock Nvidia can produce. 

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